Bugatti revealed, at the Geneva Motor Show, the fourth car from the six-part “Les Légendes de Bugatti” editions. These are a series of highly exclusive models designed to celebrate important names in Bugatti history. The new one of called the Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt, and no, it is not named after the famous Dutch painter.
The car is actually named after Rembrandt Bugatti, brother of company founder Ettore and one of the most important sculptors of the early 20th century.
In honor of his work, the upper part of the car is finished in bronze-coloured clear-coated carbon, because bronze was the sculptor’s favorite material. The vehicle’s lower half is painted in an elegant light brown “Noix” and the wheels in dark “Firefinch” and light “Noix” browns. The interior, meanwhile, is wrapped in light brown “Cognac”.
The rest of the Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt is standard Vitesse, meaning it is powerd by a 1,200 horsepower W16, quad-turbo engine. It can accelerate from 0-100 km in 2.6 seconds and with a maximum speed of 408.84 km/h, it holds the title of the fastest roofless car in the world.
As with other Les Légendes de Bugatti special editions, the production of the Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt is limited to three units, each pried from €2.18 million Euro.